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6.10 ModellingintheMotorlndustry Subtitled 3036246 6.35 Problems with Ions 1024449 7.00 The Poverty Complex -ways of tacklingglobal famine.
Words and Harmony. Howard Stableford looks at policies for early learning and visits Chetham's School of Music in Manchester to find out how the talents of gifted pupils are nurtured. Stereo ................... WEB SITE: www.open.ac.uk/sunday
Spanish language and culture series. (Repeat)
Acontinuingquesttofind the greatest cartoon ever.
Live action drama.
The series from 1991.
Chrissy confides in Miss Booth.
Written byChris Ellis Repeat
Shown last Wednesday on BBC1
Comedy series with music. Miles and Giles are impressed by Jimmy and Greg's musical equipment. Written by Roy Apps
KatyHillhoststhe series about places to go and things to do in the UK. Destinations include the Coronation
Street setin Manchester, the Tower of London, Yorkshire Sculpture Park, plus where to go climbing, abseiling and caving -all on one site, ♦ See Family: page 34
Robots designed, built and controlled by competitors battle for supremacy over a series of mechanised challenges.
Shown last Friday Stereo
Lily Liver 's lost appetite means trouble for The Organ Gang while The Curious Orange throws up an oddity for Stewart Lee and Richard Herring in the duo's live series taking an alternative look at the world.
A review of the week's principal political events in the South East..................
Analysis of the week's political events in the region, with Bruce Parker
Introduced by Sue Barker.
1.35,2.40 Rugby League
St Helens v Warrington Wolves
Live coverage (kickoff 1.45pm) of today's fifth-round Challenge Cuptie, with former Warrington star Paul Sculthorpe in the line-up for cup holders Saints. Commentary byjon Champion and Joe Lydon.
2.25,4.45 Athletics The women's and men's 800m are the main attractions on the last day of the European Indoor
Athletics championships, from Valencia in Spain. Commentary by David Coleman , Stuart Storey and Paul Dickenson.
3.25 Tennis Action from the final of the ATP tournament in Battersea Park, London. Commentary by John Barrett and Mark Cox. TV presentation (rugby league) Malcolm Kemp Stereo Videoplus code for 1.30-5.25 ............
With Simon King in Iceland.
EditorSara Ford Stereo ........
WEB SITE: www.bbc.co.uk/animalzone/
5.30*WatchOut Wildlife to look out for along Britain's beaches. Presented by Nick Baker.
Producer Andrew Graham-Brown ; Series producer Mike Beynon Stereo.... FACT SHEET: f 1.50 cheques payable to BBC Education to [address removed]
535* Chimpanzee Diary Charlotte Uhlenbroek 's monthly video diary following a chimpanzee family in Tanzania. A mysterious illness is sweepingthrough the group.
Producer Robin Hellier
5.50* Wildlives The team's observations of black rhinos in Namibia, orang-utans in Borneo, wolves in Ethopia and orca whales off the coast of British Columbia reveal the importance of family life to mammals.
Producer Ann Marie Goodwin ; Series producer Paul Appleby
6.10*-7.00 The Natural World
Fire and Ice an Icelandic Saga During filming in Iceland, a huge volcano exploded under Europe's largest icecap, melting billions of tons of ice. But foxes, skuas, puffins and otherwildlife have learnttoturn such natural disasters to their advantage.
Narrated by Magnus Magnusson. Producers John and Mary Lou Aitchison Series editor Neil Nightingale
Videoplus code for
5.25-7 .OO(not PDC)
The men's triple jump and the men's and women's 60m hurdles and 400m feature on the last dayof the European Indoor championships. With Sue Barker. Producer Andrew Clement Stereo .
Analysis of the world of business and finance. With Maya Even. Editor Diarmuid Jeffreys
The inside story of the BSE crisis. The Storm Breaks. Government advisers relive the tense days before the bombshell news that mad cow disease was probably to blame for a new type of human brain disorder, a revelation that led to a European ban on British beef. With Michael Elliott.
Executive producer George Carey Series producer John Bridcut
First in a new political comedy quiz, hosted by Clive Anderson.
Shown last Friday
Continuing the portrait ofthe global entertainment industry. Celebrity. The move from obscurity to celebrity status requires the newcomerto enter a Faustian pact in which the riches and glamour of success are paid for in a lack of privacy.
Stars recalling this curious trade-off include Bruce Willis ,
Faye Dunaway , Richard Dreyfuss , Tom Hanks , Leonardo DiCaprio , Johnny Depp and Winona Ryder. Directors/Producers Gina and Jeremy Newson
* See John Peel: page 7
Jane Wyman , Rock Hudson
Afteryears of shunning company, wealthy widow Cary Scott falls in love with gardener Ron Kirby , who is 15 years her junior. The difference in social status and age shocks her family and friends, and soon their relationship is affected by gossip.
Director Douglas Sirk (1955) ... * See Films: pages 44-52 ***
Highlights from Guyana of the third day's play in the Fourth
Test between the West Indies and England. Stereo ........
James Mason -
While her husband is away on business, Lucia Harper becomes drawn into a tangled web of deceit and blackmail as a result of herteenage daughter's affairwith an older man.
Director Max Oph üls (1949)
Black and white ♦ See Films: pages 44-52 * * Followed byWeatherview
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2.00 Effective Communication
-presentation skills. LANGUAGES
4.00 The New Get by in French
(partl)-languageguide. BUSINESS AND TRAINING
5.00 The Business Programme -IT information.
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5.45 Underthe Walnut Tree
Subtitled 7151227 6.10 News
Stories 3003918 6.35-7.00am
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